Here are 10 women entrepreneurs in the Philippines who serve as an inspiration to many others by leading the way in innovation and offering smart solutions in multiple sectors.
Talkpush, a service that helps companies automate the phone screening of candidates, wants to be the answer to the deluge of job applications.
Malaysia-based iPrice, a site that aggregates a multitude of ecommerce sites in Southeast Asia into a single shopping destination, raises funds from Asia Venture Group for expansion.
Paybill.io is on a fast track to expand globally, allowing quick, easy, and anonymous bill payments for people working abroad.
This deal will increase the size of Lamudi’s marketplace in the Philippines, one of the focus countries the company identified for its expansion.
Xurpas has invested in five companies since its IPO in December.
MyChild keeps parents in the loop about their children’s performance in school and as well as their activities.
The entry of the seasoned journalists will bring top-level international media expertise to Rappler, equipping the social news startup for expansion in other markets in the region.
Filipino healthcare entrepreneur Joe Maristela injects funds into Satoshi Citadel Industries, and says this marks the start of many startup investments.
The Philippines’ Transportation department enacts an order creating the new category of public transport known as ‘Transportation Network Companies’.
Investments in startups in the region are heating up, and we’ve seen VCs pour money into a variety of companies at different stages. Naturally, we’ve also seen some deals hit a snag.
What are the characteristics of a platform, how do you build it, and how does it succeed? Author and Platform Thinking Labs founder Sangeet Paul Choudary shares his insights.
Notable PDF is a cloud-based Google Chrome app and extension that lets users collaborate around PDF files.
Klaseko allows students to register and pay for enrollment in schools online.
In particular, a new four-seater category called GrabCar (Economy) will be added at a cheaper price point.
Imagine the day when scanning your face, waving your phone, or using some kind of a wearable are the new norms of paying for goods and services.
Hong Kong-based financial comparison site CompareAsiaGroup today announced it raised $40M in series A funding led by Goldman Sachs and Nova Founders Capital.
Freelancer goes local: You can now hire plumbers, cleaners, and other local workers on demand.